Thanks, I have found the reason for xen 2.1.0Make those paths writable. You need to change the permissions for those folders/files so that they are writable. You should be able to do it using your FTP client. If you don't know how to do that, ask your host and they should be able to help you.
I have fixed permissions previously to run the "install/upgrade" and they seem to have reverted back.Cannot install from archive as not all required directories are writable. Various directories must be writable by the web server user to install from an archive. In addition to the XF root directory, some or all of the following paths must be writable: js, src/addons, styles, src/XF/Repository/AddOn.php.
I had to fix a few usergroup permissions, but I think we are good to go.. ThanksThat's not something we even remotely have any control over. File permissions/ownership is strictly down to your server setup and configuration and not even really something we can provide support with. Definitely one for your host, or something you need to figure out with the help of a server admin.
Gave this a go tonight, WOW! worked like a charm, didn't have to set anything up, just "worked!"One-click XenForo upgrades
I'm sure you don't need me to tell you; doing upgrades can be a bit of a drag. Although we have always made the process as simple as possible, inevitably there are some common complaints about the process. Whether you're a total newbie to web-based applications or a seasoned pro, the process can be prone to human error and, aside from anything else, potentially take a long time.
Login to your customer area, download XenForo, open your FTP client, extract XenForo, upload the files, go to the install page, click to start the upgrade... That's just too many clicks.
View attachment 187067The above process which consists of downloading, extracting and copying the files - basically everything except the data import takes around 30 seconds. YMMV of course with various server side factors but regardless of how you cut it, this is going to be quicker than your current upgrade routine.
OK, it's kinda two clicks, but we do need to show a confirmation and any relevant warnings
We will check for new updates automatically every 1-2 days or you can manually check for upgrades from Tools > Check for upgrades.
But wait... there's more!
There are too many permutations and variables involved.Please expand this to include instructions about CHMOD and server user / file owner rights. Which seems to be the cause of the support requests.
The simplest way would be to find the user that PHP is running as and chown -R user * from the root of your XF installation. This will fix your issue.Now it seems like we have to CHMOD 777 the root and all files below. Maybe you can mention what folders / files to make writable?
I'm just getting an error that the folders are not writable. No further information. So I have just used the old fashioned way of upgrading.